Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Mark Koernke Vs Police State Version 2

Same as before different cut of the tape.

Militia activist Mark Koernke was sentenced to at least three years in prison for running away from police during a chase.

Known as "Mark from Michigan," Mark Gregory Koernke (pronounced "Corn-key" ) (b. 1957) was, in the early 1990s, a prominent militia activist and shortwave radio broadcaster. As an early proponent of the black helicopters conspiracy theory, he was largely responsible for popularizing it in appearances on Tom Valentine's radio show and in public speeches which were widely circulated on videocassette. He was host of his own radio program, "The Intelligence Report" on WWCR until the station indefinitely suspended his broadcasts "to get the gasoline off the fires" after the Oklahoma City bombing. Shortly before his suspension, Koernke had suggested that authorities were setting up Timothy J. McVeigh for assassination.[4]In April of 2001 he was sentenced to three to seven years in prison for assaulting police, resisting arrest, and fleeing from police in a car chase.
On March 15th, 2007, Koernke completed his sentence and was released from prison. He is not under any parole since he served his entire time sentenced in prison. On March 19th, 2007 he was interviewed by Alex Jones. Korenke has resumed hosting "The Intelligence Report" on the "Patriot Broadcasting Network."

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